DARTS champion Bobby George is now starring in The Actual Marigold on Tour on BBC One.
The 71-year-old had an extended profession in skilled darts however is now arguably higher identified for his TV appearances.
Who’s Bobby George?
George, actual title Robert Francis, was born in 1945 in London, he took up darts aged 30, and went on to have a distinguished profession.
One in all his nicknames was Mr Glitter after he was famed for his dramatic entrances sporting hoards of jewelry, strolling out to Queen’s notorious monitor ‘We Are The Champions’.
Since retiring from a damaged again after reaching the World Championship remaining in 1994, he has been a darts pundit on BBC.
George has additionally appeared on exhibits corresponding to Movie star Match Membership in 2006, Brainiac: Science Abuse and BBC Two’s sequence The Actual Marigold Resort final yr.
What has Bobby George received?
George reached two darts world finals in 1980, shedding out to legend Eric Bristow.
Simply earlier than his pressured retirement to damage in 1994, George misplaced to John Half within the remaining.
He received a number of main darts tournaments in his profession, such because the Information of the World Championship twice, in addition to the Essex Masters 3 times and North American Open.
When is the brand new sequence of The Actual Marigold On Tour on?
The second sequence of this hit present began on BBC One at 9pm on Monday, four December.
If you happen to miss it in you possibly can catch it once more on the BBC iPlayer.
Starring within the present alongside Bobby are Miriam Margolyes, Wayne Sleep and Rosemary Shrager.
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What was Gone To Pot: American Road Trip?
The three-part series saw a number of famous faces explore the effects of legalising marijuana in parts of the US.
Birds of a Feather actress and Loose Women panellist Linda Robson, ex EastEnders actress Pam St Clement, actor Christopher Biggins, retired footballer and TV presenter John Fashanu and darts supremo Bobby headed out on the journey.
As part of the documentary, the celebs explored the use of marijuana for both medical and recreational purposes in US states where it is legal and meet people who have experienced both the benefits and the downsides.